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Error 1327, Invalid Drive D:\

Postby RWQgRGVHYW5p » Tue, 04 Mar 2008 05:55:00 GMT

I am trying to install a foreign language. The instuctions tell me, among the 
rest,  to go to: Start\all programs\Office\office tools\office 2003 language 
settings. Theinstallation starts and then the error message appears. I don't 
have any drive assigned to the letter "D". What can be done? What is the 
system looking for in "D"?
Thank you,
Ed

Re: Error 1327, Invalid Drive D:\

Postby raphaelnikolai » Sat, 23 May 2009 00:19:35 GMT

This solution has helped a lot of people. The cause of the problem has
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Re: Error 1327, Invalid Drive D:\

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Re: Error 1327, Invalid Drive D:\

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